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Nintendo DS Web Browser only £11.99 delivered + 13.5% cashback and reward points (Original DS versio
Nintendo DS Web Browser only £11.99 delivered + 13.5% cashback and reward points (Original DS versio

Nintendo DS Web Browser only £11.99 delivered + 13.5% cashback and reward points (Original DS versio

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This product is at an excellent price, with the next lowest price in the UK being double the price elsewhere.

You should also receive 11% cashback from Game because it's a software purchase but in the direct link I've supplied, it goes through the Hardware section, so it may give you 3% cashback.
If you have a reward card, you'll also receive 2.5% back in reward points too, so it makes it excellent value all round.

*IMPORTANT!!! Please note, the version that I've listed only works for the Original Nintendo DS, there's also the Nintendo DS Lite version available but it's currently out of stock.

** Don't forget that if you also add another £18.01 to your order, you'll receive £3 via a voucher, so checkout other deals around as well.

Hope that helps.

5 Comments

I have this and it works BUT the processor in the DS is too slow for comfortable web browsing and you don't get things like flash or Java which are becoming commonplace on even ordinary web pages. If you intend using it to get your e-mail (very slowly) then fair enough but unfortunately it's no great advance on browsing over your mobile phone.

This version DOES actually work with the DS Lite - the only difference being that in the DS Lite the part goes in the GBA slot sticks out approx 1cm.

Yep your right, works on the lite but as stated...waste of time and money. Use your mobile

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lostboybinns

Yep your right, works on the lite but as stated...waste of time and … Yep your right, works on the lite but as stated...waste of time and money. Use your mobile



That's true but my mobile service provider would charge either £1 per day or £7.50 a month to use it on my phone, whereas from my understanding, this is a one off fee for life, right?

realfriendlyman

That's true but my mobile service provider would charge either £1 per day … That's true but my mobile service provider would charge either £1 per day or £7.50 a month to use it on my phone, whereas from my understanding, this is a one off fee for life, right?



So long as you are connected to a wireless network - yes. However, most wireless networks are now protected in some way and if you are browsing over your own wireless network - why would you not just use your proper computer? Also, many mobiles can now take advantage of wireless networks in the same way as the DS.
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